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Grant Co. Sheriff’s Office: Missing Girl Found Unharmed

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Update (3 p.m.):
GRANT COUNTY, AR – According to the Grant County Sheriff’s Office, Autumn Dawn Culpepper, 14, has been found an is safe.

Culpepper was believed to have left of her own free will with a man she reportedly met on the internet. On Monday night, authorities released the photos below of two men they say may be connected to the case.

We will update you on this story as more information becomes available.


Original Story (9 a.m.):
GRANT COUNTY, AR – Sheriff’s deputies are trying to find two men as part of the investigation into the case of a missing girl.
 
The Grant County Sheriff’s Office says Autumn Dawn Culpepper, 14, was reported missing by her family on Sunday.
 
She is 5’4″ tall and weighs about 165 pounds (see photos above).
 
The teen was last seen between 5-6 a.m. Sunday at her home about seven miles south of Sheridan. She was wearing a black shirt with white letters, black shorts and carrying a rainbow-colored backpack.
 
She is believed to have left of her own free will with a man she met on the internet. Authorities released the photos below of two men they want the public’s help to identify who they say may be connected to the case.
 
When the missing person report was first issued on Sunday, authorities said Culpepper could be riding in a blue late model mid-size sedan with out-of-state license plates, most likely Texas or Missouri.
 
Anyone with information is urged to call the Grant County Sheriff’s Office at (870) 942-2101.
 

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